Title: Execution Style
Series: Code-11 KPD SWAT #4
Author: Lani Lynn Vale
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: August 5, 2015
Miller Spurlock might seem like a laid back man on the outside, but piss him off, or violate his trust, and he’ll show you the meaning of pain.
He was a Navy SEAL. He could kill a man a hundred different ways and not break a sweat.
He’s also a police officer and member of the SWAT team, which means he has the knowledge and skills to get away with it.
Rage boils in his gut when he witnesses what happens to the beautiful Mercy Shepherd during a SWAT op from hell that even his worst nightmare couldn’t conjure up. And it surprises the hell out of him when she wants him, and him only, to comfort her in the aftermath.
Miller becomes the one shining beacon of light at the bottom of Mercy’s pit of despair.
The one man that could pull her through the rough days ahead and make her whole again.
And during her road back to herself, she realizes that she’s got the one thing she ever wanted in life…a hero to call her own.
Honestly, it shouldn’t be too hard to figure out that I’m a huge fan of Lani’s. Ever since reading Center Mass, she has become one of my all-time favorite authors. I love that her books have the perfect combination of romance and suspense. I also like that the guys job usually factors into to how the guy protects/saves the girl.
I really liked Miller and Mercy’s book (which I also have liked the previous books just as much except book 2 but I’m not touching on that). I think that they were a cute couple and really clicked well with each other. You noticed they had amazing chemistry right off at the very beginning.
I do wish that Miller would have used his job a little more in order to solve “the case”. I mean he did use his job, but it just wished it would have been more police office/SWAT things related further in the book. I thought that the problem was resolved too easy. And my only other complaint which goes with all of her books is that when something does happen like right after she skips it and goes on to the next scene. I wish that we would get more time to read about what’s happing. I don’t know if I explained that good or not but here’s an example. EX: Like say it’s the very end of a book and the guys just arrested the criminal, well it would end like right after he’s cuffed. I like to read about more about what’s happening. Other than that it was a 4 solid star book for me.
I really liked where some of her other characters from her other series were featured in this book. Such as Miller’s brother, Trance, who is from her Dixie Warden’s series. And there are a few others too.
I really liked how the author has these three brothers named. She named them after Alcohol, which I think was cool and I do like their names.
And, I'm freaking out because I want Foster’s book. After we get to know him in this book, you really want his story, but what makes it even worse is the end of this book. You will understand what I’m saying.
I’m a married mother of three. My kids are all under 5, so I can assure you that they are a handful. I’ve been with my paramedic husband now for ten years, and we’ve produced three offspring that are nothing like us. I live in the greatest state in the world, Texas.